1. Use the web to reduce your load. How many times do you answer the same question? Why do people call and email you? What issues create the most work? Use the web to head off problems proactively. Workload on unnecessary issues can drop significantly and immediately.
2. Do no more than you have to to get something done on the web: for example, the easiest way to advertise your event (e.g., fundraiser) is by making a Google calendar public and get it included in one of Analy’s most frequently visited web pages–the consolidated calendar.
3. If html is challenging for you, maintain a blog instead of a web page.
4. Optional: Do everything lying down if you can, or take a walk because of the time you’ve saved. Although you could watch t.v. leisurely in classic couch potato form, you might instead gaze at a computer screen and think of an alternative way to accomplish what you want that takes less effort.